David Lynch’s 1984 Dune adaptation brings the novel to life in strange and mystical vision but fails to match its complex narrative and thematic scope.
November descends into the despairing snowy forests of Estonia to spin a dreamlike tale of folkloric superstition, unrequited love, and exchanges of souls.
Apples explores the experience of memory, imagining a world suffering from an amnesia outbreak in this absurd yet thoughtful debut feature from Christos Nikou.
We spoke with Cooper Raiff, the writer, director and leading star of the new feature Shithouse, a comedy-drama exploring loneliness and connection at college.
Don’t be fooled by the title — Shithouse is an endearing comedy with an honest and vulnerable portrayal of college life, in this stunning debut from a young cinematic talent.
Sons of Denmark imagines an eerily familiar scenario of a nation on the brink of fascism, in this enthralling feature film debut from a provocative new cinematic voice.
The Hot Zone thrills and chills with visceral set pieces and a constant sense of danger and urgency, even if its dramatic elements don’t quite coalesce into a satisfying whole.
Don’t be fooled by the roughly rendered computer graphics—The Exigency is an amusing curiosity of a film and a clear example of dedication to visual craft.
Celebrate the legendary career of composer Ennio Morricone with these ten dazzling film scores, from melodic romanticism to criminal swagger to Spaghetti Western bravado.